poster for MUTEK.JP

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With its aim of initiating and consolidating a context and platform for visionary combinations of technology, music and audiovisual practices, Mutek Japan returns with its second edition from November 3 to 5, headquartered in the futuristic setting of the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation (Miraikan) in Odaiba, Tokyo. Intent on establishing a recurrent electronic music and digital arts festival in a city reputed for its innovative culture, but previously without such a contemporary framework, Mutek Japan embarks on another multi-day adventure to transform Tokyo into one of the globe’s cultural hubs for technological artistry - connecting local and international scenes, fostering deep creative exchange, and invigorating new audiences and communities.

At the heart of every Mutek event around the world is a program that showcases cutting-edge live performances, immersive and theatrical audiovisual works, installations, and activities that demystify and inspire, with a full slate of panels, workshops, artist talks and technology showcases. It promises to be an inspiring followup to last year, with exclusive performances from international luminaries, Japanese veterans, new up-and-coming faces, and Québec-based artists advanced by Mutek in Montréal.

Artists: Aalko aka. Akiko Kiyama, DJ PI-GE, Dub Squad, Francesco Tristano, galcid, Guillaume and the Coutu Dumonts, Hatis Noit & Nobumichi Asai, Hvob, Intercity Express, James Holden and the Animal Spirits, Kazuya Nagaya & Metametric, Kenji Williams, Kuniyuki, Manami, Monolake, Myriam Bleau, Nicolas Bernier, Nonotak, Nosaj Thing & Daito Manabe, Maotik, Qosmo, Rival Consoles, Woulg & Push 1 Stop, Yoshinori Sunahara, Yuseok Bak, 100LDK, etc

*Please see the official website for further details.

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from November 03, 2017 to November 05, 2017
Event Hours: 17:00-23:30 on Nov 3 (Fri) and Nov 4 (Sat), starting at 18:00 on Nov 5 (Sun).

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